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LiveMetrics: Providing Individualized Feedback on Driving Performance

TitleLiveMetrics: Providing Individualized Feedback on Driving Performance
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsMcDonald CC, Kandadai V, Winston FK, Loeb H, Seacrist T, Winston A, Jean-Gilles G
Conference NameSAE
Date Published01/2015

Driving simulators offer a safe alternative to on-road driving for the evaluation of driving performance. Standardized procedures for providing individualized feedback on driving performance are not readily available. The aim of this paper is to describe a methodology for developing standardized procedures that provide individualized feedback (“LiveMetrics”) from a simulated driving assessment used to measure driving performance. A preliminary evaluation is presented to test the performance of the LiveMetrics methodology. Three key performance indicators are used to evaluate the performance and utility of the method in the context of the preliminary evaluation. The results from the preliminary evaluation suggest abilities to customize reporting features for feedback and integrate these into existing driver training and education programs. This procedure in which simulator metrics are automatically incorporated into a report will be discussed in terms of its utility for providing standardized feedback to drivers in various settings.